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August 4, 2020

  • Galveston publisher calls on readers to support the Local Journalism Sustainability Act
  • Tomorrow's Webinar: How to Use Promotions to Drive Leads for Advertisers
  • Industry appointments (David Lauderdale, Emily Coleman, Hearst fellowships)
  • New Gallup/Knight study says Americans are losing faith in an objective media
  • The Post and Courier's storm season guide keeps coastal residents informed
  • Free micro-course by RJI Fellow: Learn to write news for mobile audiences in five-minute lessons
  • Americans who mainly get their news on social media are less engaged, less knowledgeable
  • The Indiana Gazette sold to Sample News Group

July 31, 2020

  • The number of cosponsors is growing for H.R. 7640; where do your representatives stand?
  • Registration for PIVOT 2020 opens Monday, Aug. 10
  • Takeaways: Read key takeaways from the Seyfarth Shaw webinar on recent Supreme Court decisions
  • Upcoming Webinar: How to Use Promotions to Drive Leads for Advertisers
  • Paxton Media Group to acquire Jasper Herald
  • Early issues of Venice Gondolier now online
  • Tribune Publishing adopts limited duration stockholder rights agreement

July 28, 2020

  • News industry is finding support for H.R. 7640, but your help is needed to make this a reality
  • Congressional hearing to examine the dominance of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google
  • Upcoming Webinars: How recent Supreme Court decisions could impact your newspaper and How to Use Promotions to Drive Leads for Advertisers
  • Industry appointments (Bill Parsons, Josie Chapman, Krissah Thompson)
  • McClatchy agreement with Chatham Asset Management retains jobs and benefits for staff; top two leaders to depart
  • Judge rules Seattle media companies must hand over unpublished protest images to police
  • TownNews introduces NewsGigs to connect journalism professionals with open local media opportunities
  • Newspapers announce plans to outsource printing in September

July 24, 2020

  • Your efforts are needed to get legislation passed to aid the newspaper industry
  • Reach newspaper influencers and decision-makers with a PIVOT sponsorship
  • With circulars at a tipping point, how will newspapers support local journalism? (podcast with Dean Ridings and Borrell Associates)
  • Upcoming Webinar: How recent Supreme Court decisions could impact your newspaper
  • Industry appointments (Meredith Kopit Levien and two publishers at Ogden Newspapers)
  • Obituary (Jim Chionsini)
  • A three-webinar series from Second Street
  • Study: 82 percent of Tennessee adults read newspapers
  • Mullen adds two titles to his North, South Dakota newspaper group

July 21, 2020

  • Reach newspaper influencers and decision-makers with a PIVOT sponsorship
  • Mark your calendars for virtual conference, October 6-8
  • Upcoming Webinar: How recent Supreme Court decisions could impact your newspaper
  • Industry appointments (Shannon Allen and Leona Allen)
  • Times-Journal to print 6 more newspapers in Rome
  • Journalists announce union organizing campaign in Dallas
  • New survey to examine impact of COVID-19 on consumers' shopping plans
  • AP says it will capitalize Black, but not white

July 17, 2020

  • Reach newspaper influencers and decision-makers with a PIVOT sponsorship
  • Congress considers legislation that would support local news organizations
  • Putting more political ad dollars on your books (webinar takeaways)
  • Upcoming Webinar: 2019-2020 Just Completed U.S. Supreme Court Decisions and Commentary
  • Multimedia journalist awarded Governor James M. Cox Award for coverage of protests
  • Arkansas Life halts amid slow economy
  • Local communities and local news need a new economic narrative: Why not create it together?

July 14, 2020

  • Latest ad campaign promotes newspapers as the trusted source in the local community
  • Mark your calendars for virtual conference, October 6-8
  • Upcoming Webinars (Classifieds and Digital Trends)
  • Industry appointment (Gabe Whisnant)
  • LAST CHANCE:  Friday is deadline to participate in 2020 Sales Compensation Study
  • McClatchy concludes auction process; Chatham Asset Management deemed successful bid
  • PJ Browning and Chris Zoeller talk with E&P about the paper's plans to expand in South Carolina
  • Coronavirus coloring and activity pages for kids and families — from Kid Scoop
  • Newsroom Notes: Leading through uncertainty
  • Why software development and customer collaboration equals Brainworks CRM success

July 10, 2020

  • Save the Date: America's Newspapers takes annual meeting virtual, Oct. 6-8
  • Local Journalism Sustainability Act: Have you reached out to your Congressional representative to encourage support?
  • The New Outlook for 2020: Revised Local Ad Forecasts
  • Next Week's Webinars (Political Ads and Classifieds)
  • Industry appointments (Jerry Pye and Ezequiel Minaya)
  • Judge denies Alden challenge in McClatchy bankruptcy bidding; auction planned for today
  • Next Friday is deadline to participate in 2020 Sales Compensation Study
  • The Sacramento Bee is hiring four journalists to cover equity in California
  • Statesman signs lease, will relocate to Southeast Austin site next year
  • Nevada Supreme Court considering Wynn defamation claim against AP

July 7, 2020

  • Upcoming webinars focus on ad revenue
  • Donated Ad Program: A 'win-win' step
  • Industry appointments (Michael Traynor, Kelly McGowan)
  • Next Friday is deadline to participate in 2020 Sales Compensation Study
  • Local news is playing an important role for Americans during COVID-19 outbreak
  • Fulton Sun goes digital
  • Seyfarth opens office in Seattle
  • Two "don't miss" articles from around the industry

June 30, 2020

  • On this Independence Day, recalling the Founders' views of a free press
  • Appreciation expressed for programs to be funded by Donated Ad Program
  • Jeana Stanley, Hearst vice president of finance, dies at 54
  • Win some newspaper SWAG while putting a fun spin on those temperature checks
  • Column: Wearing a mask doesn't seem like a big ask
  • July 17 is deadline to participate in 2020 Sales Compensation Study
  • E&P announces new awards program honoring 15 over 50
  • Capital Gazette shooting victims honored Sunday on Freedom of the Press Day
  • The Miami Herald partners with FIU to cover local news in South Florida
  • Six-month program at Michigan paper is helping to train and empower Indigenous journalists
  • 3 Lee Enterprises markets to use My Team Scoop for high school sports reporting
  • Two "don't miss" articles from around the industry
  • Upcoming Webinars

June 26, 2020

  • 2020 report from UNC Hussman Knight Chair on the state of local journalism
  • 2020 Newspaper Sales Compensation Study
  • Upcoming Webinars
  • Industry appointments (Romando Dixon, NiemanLab)
  • Mayor to bankruptcy judge: South Florida benefits if Miami Herald is locally owned
  • Google signs agreement to pay publishers in Germany, Australia and Brazil for 'high-quality content'
  • Mesabi Daily News, Hibbing Daily Tribune to merge July 8, keep six-day print schedule
  • Best Agent Today to power real estate solution for Lee's 77 newspaper website properties
  • Nashville artists, authors, athletes speak up for First Amendment: 1 for All awareness effort
  • AP boosts customer choice with new live video replay ability
  • Viewpoints from across the industry
  • Free Webinars

June 23, 2020

  • Industry appointments (George Coleman, Ryan Gilchrest, Scott Fisher)
  • Thank you to these additional newspapers for supporting the Donated Ad Program
  • Upcoming Webinars
  • 2020 Newspaper Sales Compensation Study
  • White Paper outlines Google's dominant market behavior, harming of journalism
  • Navajo Times closes for 2 weeks due to coronavirus
  • Post-Pandemic: We Rebuild sections offer perspectives, solutions
  • AP changes writing style to capitalize 'b' in Black
  • Medill awarded $1 million by McCormick Foundation to help improve local news in Chicago
  • 5 ways that local newsrooms can utilize TikTok
  • Free Webinars

June 19, 2020

  • Viewpoints: Separating fact from fiction
  • Upcoming Webinars
  • Download takeaways, recording from this week's webinar on "The Silver Sales Bullets of 2020's First Six Months"
  • Industry appointments (Paul Bascobert, Kendra Majors, SNPA Foundation officers, Mike Martoccia)
  • 2020 Newspaper Sales Compensation Study
  • White Paper outlines Google's dominant market behavior, harming of journalism
  • First Amendment Watch releases a citizen's guide to recording police
  • Newspapers to provide up to $500,000 in matching advertising grants
  • Beloit Daily News will move operations to downtown site
  • Viewpoints from across the industry
  • Free Webinars

June 16, 2020

  • Newspaper Sales Compensation Study to give publishers and advertising directors the tools needed to better compete for sales talent
  • Senator Markey, colleagues introduce press freedom resolution
  • Read the America's Newspapers section in this month's Editor & Publisher magazine
  • Thank you for supporting America's Newspapers through Donated Ad Program
  • Industry appointment (Robert Granfeldt)
  • Free Webinars this Week: The Silver Sales Bullets of 2020's First Six Months and Let's Talk Recruitment Marketing
  • Social reforms apply to the newsroom, too
  • $25,000 Collier Prize awarded to The Oregonian for campaign contributions investigation
  • Gannett Ventures moves local high school awards events to online broadcast
  • Fergus Falls Daily Journal moves to new office
  • TownNews and BlueFrame pact provides sports live streaming audience, revenue service to local papers
  • Free Webinars

June 12, 2020

  • Support the Donated Ad Program and help America's Newspapers
  • Free Webinar next Wednesday: The Silver Sales Bullets of 2020's First Six Months
  • Steps to consider before re-opening: Download takeaways, recording from this week's webinar on 'Successfully Navigating the New Normal'
  • Industry appointments
  • Glasgow Daily Times converts from print to digital only
  • McClatchy journalists in seven newsrooms will continue working remotely — for now
  • Can pay-by-text micropayment become a viable revenue source for newspapers?
  • Viewpoints from across the industry
  • Free Webinars

June 9, 2020

  • Industry Appointments
  • Free Webinars this Week: Successfully Navigating the "New Normal" and Self-Care for Journalists
  • El Dorado News-Times adopting digital format; subscribers to be issued iPads
  • Texas paper to publish three days a week
  • A roundup of recent news about the free press system and local journalism crisis
  • Spinning up a highly focus newsletter? Keep these 4 things in mind
  • Oklahoma daily uses grant to fund subscriptions
  • Cox commits $1M to support civil and human rights
  • Hearst announces added steps to increase diversity in the workplace
  • Viewpoints from across the industry
  • Conferences and Webinars

June 5, 2020

  • Add our jobs board to your recruiting arsenal
  • VIEWPOINTS: Assaults on journalists are assaults on the rights of all Americans
  • Free Webinar on Wednesday: Successfully Navigating our 'New Normal'
  • Download takeaways from webinar: Recruiting and Retaining Salespeople
  • Kid Scoop grows dramatically during pandemic
  • New book from Leonard Woolsey unmasks ordinary life
  • The Free Press Standard of Carrollton, Ohio, sold to AloNovus Corporation
  • RJI announces Local News Challenge to help local newsrooms tackle technology challenges
  • Conferences and Webinars

June 2, 2020

  • Joint Statement: Journalists are risking their lives to report on the protests and their safety must be ensured
  • America's Newspapers Coverage Checklist (from John Bussian)
  • Fall 2018 guide from The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press: Police, Protesters and the Press
  • Seyfarth Shaw offers safety advice for journalists covering protests
  • Industry appointment: Jeffrey Gerritt
  • Free Webinar on Thursday: Recruiting Salespeople — Re-think, Retool, Respond and Rebound
  • Research: Combination of human, automated news is perceived as more trustworthy
  • Around three-in-ten Americans are very confident they could fact-check news about COVID-19
  • AP: Advancing the power of facts
  • Fort Smith paper announces changes to Op-Ed pages
  • Cartoonists will use artwork to thank frontline workers in this Sunday's newspaper
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 29, 2020

  • Coming out of quarantine: Publisher Tricia Dunne and husband, Patrick, discuss family's battle with COVID-19
  • Make Facebook and Google pay for local news, just like you
  • Free Webinar next Thursday: Recruiting Salespeople — Re-think, Retool, Respond and Rebound
  • Webinar Takeaways from This Week: Crisis Leadership
  • USA TODAY NETWORK launches 'Rebuilding America' initiative
  • McClatchy offers three-part livestream series: 'COVID-19: Bending the Curve'
  • Power Up: Leadership in Tough Times
  • TownNews takes on 'news deserts' with News Nirvana program
  • How to optimize digital election coverage for engagement? Make it digestible
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 26, 2020

  • Industry appointments
  • Free Webinar next Thursday: From Influence to Impact — Crisis Leadership for Today and Tomorrow
  • Voice delivered news: Tips and tools
  • McClatchy announces winners of the President's Awards for Excellence in Local Journalism
  • Second Street to open 7th Annual Summit to all — free
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 22, 2020

  • Midland Daily News creates webpage to cover record flooding
  • The Post and Courier announces expansion into Myrtle Beach
  • Creative Circle helps volunteer staff save community journalism in rural South Dakota towns
  • Don't stop the celebration! The Gazette helps families recognize their graduates
  • Industry appointments
  • Free Webinar next Thursday: From Influence to Impact — Crisis Leadership for Today and Tomorrow
  • Webinar takeaways from this week
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 19, 2020

  • Detroit Free Press partners with state archives to collect coronavirus stories
  • Free Webinar on Wednesday: Pandemic 2020 & Beyond: 5 Ways We Must Change Our Sales Approach
  • Free Webinar on Thursday: Getting Back to Work — Lay the groundwork for implementing your company's return-to-work plans, with advice from Seyfarth Shaw
  • Editor named to lead Gannett's Pennsylvania network
  • Employment Opportunity
  • The Post and Courier announces expansion into Greenville, S.C.
  • Tribune Publishing combines workflow of all six print sites with ProImage NewsWayX
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 15, 2020

  • New Ad Campaign is Available to All Members: Download print and digital ads to attract local businesses to begin advertising with you again
  • House to Vote on New Stimulus Package Today: Have you asked your Congressional representatives to support the HEROES Act?
  • How the Aspen Daily News appealed to readers' FOMO to raise over $42,000 during COVID-19
  • Wyoming Tribune Eagle will eliminate another print day in June
  • Industry Appointments
  • Free Webinar on Wednesday: Pandemic 2020 and Beyond — 5 Ways We Must Change Our Sales Approach
  • Above and Beyond: Nominate a staff member who has gone above and beyond over the past two months for recognition by America's Newspapers
  • Takeaways from this Week: Generating revenue during the pandemic by helping your advertisers and readers
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 12, 2020

  • Industry Appointments (Bernie Heller, Tom Wiley, Mary Dolan, Caitlan Butler)
  • Kentucky newspaper welcomes back businesses with free ad
  • Newspaper carrier and her daughter deliver The Seattle Times — and free masks for coronavirus protection
  • O'Rourke Media Group buys Cannon Falls (Minn.) Beacon, shopper
  • Zionsville Times-Sentinel merges with The Lebanon Reporter
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 8, 2020

  • Support the Donated Ad Program and help America's Newspapers
  • #TogetherTalbot -- In the face of COVID-19, an APG newspaper calls on local businesses, residents to come together
  • Free Webinar on Tuesday: Generating Revenue During the Pandemic by Helping Your Advertisers and Your Readers
  • Takeaways: Did you miss this week's advertising sales webinars? No worries! We have your back!
  • Industry appointments
  • Survey shows Americans support COVID-19 relief for local news
  • Clinton Herald's publication schedule to change
  • Valdosta Daily Times announces plans to switch to mail delivery and drop two days in print
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 5, 2020

  • America's Newspapers congratulates the recipients of the 2020 Pulitzer Prizes
  • Free Webinar on Thursday: Keys for Connecting and Selling in a Digital (and Remote) World
  • Obituary: H. Brandt Ayers, former publisher of The Anniston Star, dead at 85
  • Industry appointments
  • On #GivingNewsDay, support the foundations that support America's Newspapers
  • Mike Gebhart now majority owner of Albany Herald, other SCNI papers
  • The Daily Clintonian in Indiana sold and to be revived
  • WEHCO to receive U.S. loan funding
  • Conferences and Webinars

May 1, 2020

  • Your voices are being heard in Washington
  • Seyfarth Shaw publishes Return to Business Checklist
  • Two free webinars for more sales!
  • Viewpoints: The new normal
  • On #GivingTuesday, support the foundations that support America's Newspapers
  • McClatchy launches text-to-speech studio feature across its 30 local news sites
  • Business and civic leaders say 'thank you' to Lexington paper in full-page ad
  • The Bolivar Commercial publishes last edition
  • Citing pandemic, Fort Wayne News-Sentinel suspends publication
  • Sunday, May 3: World Press Freedom Day
  • McClatchy CEO Craig Forman urges national advertisers to think differently about news
  • Conferences and Webinars

April 28, 2020

  • Free webinar with media designer Mario Garcia
  • Viewpoints: To prop up local journalism, Congress may have to prioritize newspapers over TV, radio, digital-native
  • Share your welcome letter; get copies of others
  • Industry appointments
  • 10 charts about America's newsrooms
  • CRM revenue-generating ideas to help you RIGHT NOW
  • Coronavirus underscores the breadth of business
  • Cox donates 6,000 coveralls to hospitals
  • Conferences and Webinars

April 24, 2020

  • Action Needed: Download editorial and cartoon to run in support of local newspapers
  • Free Webinar next Thursday: Mario Garcia — Writing, editing and designing for mobile consumption during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Welcome to our newest members
  • Download takeaways from Tuesday's webinar: You Can Get Back Some of Your Lost Revenue (Learn How)
  • Montrose Daily Press converting to afternoon publication
  • Silver City newspaper delivering food to help business
  • NTVB Media provides What to Watch for newspapers for free
  • FREE Law Day 2020 content about voting
  • Conferences and Webinars

April 21, 2020

  • Our Opinion: Don't let open government become another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Free Webinar on Thursday: You Can Get Back Some of Your Lost Revenue -- Learn How!
  • Download takeaways from Tuesday's webinar: 34 advertisers you need to call right NOW!
  • Facebook and Google to be forced to share advertising revenue with Australian media companies
  • Brechner Center announces new reporting fellowship
  • Journalists uncover lessons from the 1918 pandemic useful in covering COVID-19
  • Lee announces grant program to provide marketing assistance to local businesses impacted by COVID-19
  • The Compass Experiment selects Colorado community for local news site
  • Conferences and Webinars

April 17, 2020

  • Co-Branded with a SUBSCRIBE Message: Nearly 800 newspapers have downloaded newspaper ad campaign, which can be co-branded with your SUBSCRIBE info
  • Two Public Service Campaigns: New Pass It On public service campaign available to newspapers ... and ... National campaign encourages all Americans to reflect on the valuable role a free press plays
  • Free Webinar on Tuesday: Find ideas for 34 advertisers you need to be talking with right NOW!
  • Senior secured lenders seek to acquire McClatchy as part of reorganization
  • Download takeaways from Thursday's webinar on driving advertising sales during a pandemic
  • COVID-19 Impact Shopping Study: 20,000 responses from across the country in three weeks
  • Celebrate the graduates of 2020 with a turnkey virtual commencement
  • Conferences and Webinars

April 14, 2020

  • Dean Ridings is interviewed by E&P (podcast)
  • Industry appointments
  • Axios reports bipartisan effort being pushed by group of lawmakers to provide economic relief for local newsrooms
  • Download PowerPoint, recording from today's webinar on political advertising
  • The coronavirus crisis has made it clear: The future of journalism must be collaboration
  • A reading revolution: Flower shop owner converting newspaper boxes into little free libraries
  • Tips for helping customers battle COVID-19 challenges
  • As newsrooms face coronavirus-related cuts, 54% of Americans rate media's response to the outbreak positively
  • Southern Lithoplate now manufacturing hand sanitizer
  • Free Webinar on Thursday: Leverage your newspaper's audience to close more sales through new technology
  • Conferences and Webinars

April 9, 2020

  • Newspapers Have Your Back — download ad campaign
  • America's Newspapers asks Congress for action on COVID-19 relief
  • Free webinars next week
  • Download key takeaways from this week's webinars
  • Good News: Hearst promises journalists at its newspapers no furloughs, no pay cuts
  • Download coronavirus information and FAQs from Seyfarth Shaw
  • COVID-19 survey shows how newspapers are transitioning business models, reducing costs
  • 40+ Fourth Estate partners launch nationwide campaign to show gratitude for journalists during COVID-19
  • Dallas Morning News cuts pay, parent dips into cash to prevent layoffs
  • USA TODAY NETWORK launches 'Just the FAQs LIVE: Conversations about Coronavirus'
  • TownNews tackles the coronavirus with world-class infrastructure, new revenue services and expert guidance
  • Fundraisers to help laid-off and furloughed journalists are springing up across the U.S.
  • Conferences and Webinars

April 7, 2020

  • America's Newspapers offers free marketing campaign to newspapers promoting subscriptions — in print or digital
  • Free webinars this week
  • Facebook grants available to U.S. local newsrooms — amounts to range from $25,000 to $100,000
  • To keep seven-day publication, Duluth News Tribune slims print paper
  • 25 fun ideas for your next 'virtual coffee break'
  • Industry appointments
  • Conferences and Webinars

April 3, 2020

  • Free Webinar on Wednesday: Webinar to address best practices for managing remote workers
  • Mather Economics offers snapshot of reader data from hundreds of newspapers during the period from mid-February to mid-March
  • A remote sales force may be the future (takeaways and more)
  • America's Newspapers adds additional COVID-19 resource pages to newspapers.org
  • COVID-19 + Email: How companies support their community
  • Highlighting acts of kindness during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • The coronavirus crisis has lessons for us about service journalism
  • How the St. Joseph News-Press combats the coronavirus circulation challenges with multimedia e-Editions
  • Industry Appointment
  • Conferences and Webinars

March 31, 2020

  • America's Newspapers joins with News Media Alliance to open dialogue for federal relief
  • Free webinar, April 1: Gain tips for setting up and managing a remote workforce
  • Free webinar: April 2: Mather Economics brings free webinar to members on digital, print subscription benchmarks and best practices amid COVID-19
  • Ogden Newspapers puts up $1 million in grants to help local businesses
  • New 'Support Local Journalism' feature makes instant impact for TownNews customers
  • Tampa Bay Times to print just two days a week as coronavirus savages revenues
  • Coda Ventures announces a free service to help newspapers promote their surging website traffic
  • The Washington Post helps provide relief for at-risk groups in need of food and that help feed medical professionals
  • Industry Appointments
  • Conferences and Webinars

March 27, 2020

  • What do advertisers want right now?
  • It's time to double-down on digital and print subscriptions
  • Sumter paper hosts daily Zoom calls with community leaders (and readers) about COVID-19
  • Gain tips for setting up and managing a remote workforce
  • Local media traffic spikes 48% in the wake of COVID-19
  • Galveston paper adjusts print frequency to navigate COVID economy
  • COVID-19: SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program
  • Conferences and Webinars

March 20, 2020

  • COVID-19 Updates — As we head into the weekend, Pennsylvania orders non-"life sustaining" businesses to close; other states expected to follow
  • Your advertisers need urgent help during the coronavirus crisis; here's what you can do to help; free webinar on Tuesday
  • The newsroom guide to COVID-19
  • The era of self-quarantining brings perhaps unexpected content changes in Kankakee
  • Silver City will maintain delivery to all
  • Support our work! Become a digital subscriber
  • Free webinar: Tips for managing a remote workforce and the skills necessary to be successful in sales
  • Industry Appointment
  • Conferences and Webinars

March 17, 2020

  • COVID-19 Updates — Share an inspiring story with us, in the midst of chaos
  • Newspapers declared 'essential services,' exempt from San Francisco's Shelter in Place edict
  • In U.S. epicenter for COVID-19, Seattle Times empties its newsroom
  • Read more coverage of COVID-19 on our website: http://www.newspapers.org/americas-newspapers/coronavirus/
  • Sunshine Week in a pandemic
  • The People of America's Newspapers
  • Recruiting & Building Team-Based Sales Models: Laurie Kahn to lead two-part webinar, beginning March 25
  • List your employment openings with us!
  • Conferences and Webinars

March 13, 2020

  • Best practices in addressing challenges of COVID-19
  • Takeaways and recording of coronavirus webinar to be posted soon
  • AP offers coronavirus topical guide
  • The Seattle Times to consolidate advertising systems to drive sales
  • USA TODAY joins Facebook's Third-Party Fact-Checking Program
  • Recruiting & Building Team-Based Sales Models: Laurie Kahn to lead two-part webinar, beginning March 25
  • List your employment openings with us!
  • Conferences and Webinars

March 10, 2020

  • Spurn the Churn: Data-driven reader retention solutions
  • Statesman prevails in court fight for UT records
  • Coronavirus: Free Webinar on Friday Morning
  • The People of America's Newspapers
  • Advertising Sales Training: Laurie Kahn to lead two-part webinar on sales training
  • List your employment openings with us!
  • Conferences and Webinars

March 6, 2020

  • Sunshine Week is March 15-21 — The match that lit Sunshine Week: Looking back and ahead with Tim Franklin
  • Sunshine Week Toolkit
  • Executive appointments
  • Free Webinar: Build Your Social Media Style Guides — Thursday, March 12
  • Free Webinar: Coronavirus FAQs & Legal Updates — Friday, March 13
  • Most say journalists should be watchdogs, but views of how well they fill this role vary by party, media diet
  • It's 'morning in America' for management
  • List your employment openings with us!
  • Conferences and Webinars

March 3, 2020

  • Mega-Conference: Millennials' view on unions may surprise you
  • Executive appointments
  • Paxton Media Group acquires Madison Courier
  • DSLR to mobile: Dongles tips and tricks
  • Free Webinar on Thursday: People-Powered Journalism -- Engagement best practices around elections and more
  • List your employment openings with us!
  • Conferences and Webinars

February 28, 2020

  • Mega-Conference: Value Proposition — How three newspapers promote their brands
  • Mega-Conference: Expanding newspaper business models in a difficult media environment
  • Mega-Conference: The potential of female leadership — Lessons from pioneers
  • Tampa Bay Times announces temporary pay cut for full-time staff
  • USA TODAY launches public opinion project to capture a nuanced picture of the American electorate
  • New publisher named for San Antonio Express-News
  • Free Webinar: People-Powered Journalism -- Engagement best practices around elections and more
  • Conferences and Webinars

February 25, 2020

  • Welcome new members!
  • Mega-Conference: Newspapers' culture, journalism provide firm basis for successful revenue strategies
  • Mega-Conference: The path to profitability? Find it with confident leadership
  • Spotlighting the Finalists: Mega-Innovation Award
  • Free Webinar: People-Powered Journalism -- Engagement best practices around elections and more
  • Conferences and Webinars

February 24, 2020

  • Arkansas Democrat-Gazette is awarded the Mega-Innovation Award
  • View photos from the Mega-Conference
  • Revenue strategies, paths to profitability, our worth to local communities, sales transformation and more!
  • Download PowerPoint presentations
  • Conferences and Webinars

February 14, 2020

  • We look forward to seeing America's Newspapers members next week at the Mega-Conference
  • Family Owners: Three unique newspaper companies to share their stories at this weekend's Family Owners Meeting
  • Daily Sun promotes Dan Sprung to general manager
  • Newsonomics: Six takeaways from McClatchy's bankruptcy
  • Cox Media Group announces agreement to sell Ohio Newspapers to Cox Enterprises
  • Employment opportunities
  • Free Webinar: Time Management Tips of Media Sales Superstars
  • Conferences and Webinars

February 11, 2020

  • Mega-Conference Session Highlight: Funding Outside the Box: Alternative sources for sustainable news operations
  • Family Owners: Deciding when — or whether — to diversify your family business
  • Adams Publishing Group chooses Brainworks Stratica as its enterprise-wide solution
  • Heart Newspapers announces strategic investment in The Martin Group
  • Investigative reporting, breaking news, diversity coverage honored by CNHI
  • Free Webinar: Time Management Tips of Media Sales Superstars
  • Conferences and Webinars

February 7, 2020

  • Mega-Conference Session Highlight: All Rise! An update on the legal issues affecting essentially all aspects of the industry
  • Family Owners: Save the Press -- Protecting and growing local independent journalism
  • TownNews and Evvnt announce strategic technology partnership to launch premium revenue-generating events calendars
  • Acquisitions: Red Wing Publishing Company, The Savannah Reporter, Long Beach Business Journal
  • FAA remote ID requirements hold promise, peril for journalists
  • Free Webinar: Time Management Tips of Media Sales Superstars
  • Conferences and Webinars

February 4, 2020

  • Discussion groups offer opportunity for sharing among Mega-Conference attendees
  • Mega-Conference Session Highlight: The keys to keeping digital subscribers — and their revenue
  • Family Owners: Deciding when — or whether — to diversify your family business
  • Anne Cox Chambers, past chairwoman of Atlanta Newspapers, dies at the age of 100
  • Tribune Publishing announces management transition
  • Coastal Bend Publishing buys five newspapers in Texas
  • Free Webinar next Friday: 2020 Digital Advertising Trends — What publishers need to know
  • Conferences and Webinars

January 31, 2020

  • Session Highlight: Digital subscriptions and consumer revenue models -- A two-part deep dive at the Mega-Conference
  • Learning from history at Family Owners Meeting: Three unique newspaper companies share their stories
  • Lee Enterprises to buy Berkshire Hathaway newspaper operations; Berkshire Hathaway to finance all debt
  • Developing an engaging voice may help shift local journalism's revenue burden
  • Free Webinar on Friday: 2020 Digital Advertising Trends -- What publishers need to know
  • Conferences and Webinars

January 28, 2020

  • How women leaders are transforming newspapers
  • Finalists announced for 2020 Mega-Innovation Award
  • Eliza Hussman Gaines named Democrat-Gazette managing editor
  • David Adams named general manager in Waterloo
  • Ripon Commonwealth Press sold to  Delta Media Group
  • Gannett-backed Scroll launches subscription service for ad-free journalism
  • Conferences and Webinars

January 24, 2020

  • Do you still need a hotel room for the Mega-Conference?
  • Discounted registrations designed to ensure broad participation across the industry at Mega-Conference
  • Value Proposition: Spread the word about your newspaper's worth to your community
  • Agenda announced for Family Owners Meeting
  • Casey Seiler named Times Union editor
  • Sonoma County Gazette has been sold
  • Country Media acquires Oregon newspapers
  • Conferences and Webinars

January 21, 2020

  • Hotel for Mega-Conference is nearly sold out!
  • The Age of Video: Trends, insights and the journey to revenue success
  • Industry appointments
  • Redesigned mobile app gives readers an experience that mirrors the website
  • Free Webinar on Friday, Feb. 7: Digital Advertising Trends
  • Conferences and Webinars

January 17, 2020

  • Thursday (Jan. 23) is the cut-off for reserving rooms in our block for the Mega-Conference
  • Come early to take part in four Bonus Sessions at the Mega-Conference
  • Industry appointments
  • Save the Date: Dates and locations have been announced for the 2020 and 2012 Annual Meetings
  • Cox Media Group granted extension to sell Ohio newspapers
  • Democrat-Gazette's digital shift moving to state's NW
  • Arkansas and Tennessee newspapers sold to Paxton Media Group
  • Legacy.com acquires iPublish Media Solutions
  • Conferences and Webinars

January 14, 2020

  • Today is your last chance to submit an entry (Mega-Innovation Award)
  • Branded Content: The business of storytelling
  • Member News (Hal Tanner Jr., Terry Jamerson, John Clark)
  • Help for newspapers both parties can agree on
  • USA TODAY NETWORK launches 'Women of the Century' project
  • Tighter prose improves writing

January 10, 2020

  • Mega-Conference to feature interactive sales transformation workshop
  • Recognize your staff for the innovative work they do with a Mega-Innovation Award nomination
  • From the Publisher: Don't worry. We're still here.
  • Public Notice Bill introduced with first 30 minutes of Kentucky General Assembly
  • University of Florida announces Trust Consortium scholars
  • Washington Post Opinions launches interactive election simulator
  • Conferences and Webinars

January 7, 2020

  • Mega-Conference to feature interactive sales transformation workshop
  • Recognize your staff for the innovative work they do with a Mega-Innovation Award nomination
  • From the Publisher: Don't worry.  We're still here.
  • Public Notice Bill introduced within first 30 minutes of Kentucky General Assembly
  • University of Florida announces Trust Consortium scholars
  • Washington Post Opinions launches interactive election simulator
  • Conferences and Webinars

January 3, 2020

  • 20 for '20: Revenue ideas that are working!
  • Industry appointments
  • Daily Mountain Eagle unveils new front page
  • Libel victory for student editor seen as wider free press win
  • NLRB announces big changes to Quickie Election Rule (by Mike Zinser)
  • Conferences and Webinars

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